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The representative for the congregation, who has not yet been selected, will preside and see that each has a fair count. Both candidates arc very popular and their friends will no doubt be present in large numbers from all parts of the city. The voting will be open and tally kept upon a blackboard in full view of the audience. In this manner the friends of each will know how their favorite stands at any time during the balloting. The contest will close at 11 o'clock sharp, when the winner will be awarded the prize. clamatiou, and upon being installed each promised to give his best services to the society and endeavor to make this a banner year in its history. The committee to whom was referred rrlsh-Ainorlc'Society Elects the drafting of a new ritual made a most complete and satisfactory report, which and Installs Officers For was received and adopted. It embraces tbo Year. many new and interesting features and will prove such as to draw the members to every meeting. Many Iinnortnnt?CIinngc8 Pro j A committee was also instructed to re so as to vise tue constitution ami posed and Sick Benefits conform to the ritual, and also to formuFor Members. late laws providing for the care of the sick. Another important aim of the J body will be to assist the unemployed. All Should Attend the Next These changes in the laws will greatly in crease the field of usefulness of the society Meeting to Learn the Now and make it one of the best in the city to belong to. Col. Whallen, who was reRitual. elected Treasurer, and M. W. Murphy, t, are charter memSecond bers, and their election by acclamation EXHIBIT NEW LIFE was a fitting recognition of their valuable WILL NOW r services. ii Thomas Grogan was appointed col f lector, and will call upon each of the 300 Business was he order Thursday even members between now and the next ing at the meeting of ' the meeting, which takes place August 3. LACE CURTAIN LAUNDRY. We lead and never follow. Our work In laundering lace curtains at 20c a pair gives en tire satisfaction. Work called for and delivered. First-clas- s serlce. MAD. 1MB BY, 625 St. Telephone 2631. Sec-on- d VOLUME III. NO. 3. PRICE FIVE CENTS. if v.. Lb. If they have seen hard service, and plenty fantastic to their hearts' content to the of it at that. enchanting strains of Scally's orchestra. The officers having the picnic in charge "There is no use to waste time in writing up our adventures, as the newspapers are Chief Manager Thomas D. Claire, will no doubt do that, at least in a half Assistant Manager Marcus Doerhoefer, Secretary James Toner and Treasurer "Won a Lasting1 Kcpiitation sort of a way, iravo "We celebrated Decoration Day here Joseph Byrnes, whose names are a guarby Gallant Service hi tbc in appropriate style. Of course but few antee that an enjoyable lime will be proPhilippines. of the boys ctfUld attend; still there were vided for all who attend,. It will be remembered that the Church enough, and you can rest assured that our army corps remembered their fallen of the Sacred Heart was destroyed by the cyclone, and since taking charge of the The The Spaniards Worked Oil' a comrades.flowers boys on thex firing line congregation Rev. Father Walsh has been and the graves of our sent in Gold Brick on President dead were decked with them. I would earnestly endeavoring to wipe out the MeKinlcy. be willing to bst my life that the graves debt caused by that calamity, and his in the United States were not decorated noble work commends itself to Protestwith flowers as were those in Manila. ants as well as Catholics. Every congregation in Louisville should be well Over each fallen The Solemn Services Observed a monument, andcomrade we have erected represented at Phoenix Hill Park Thursthe graves and head- day afternoon and evening. for the Dend at Battery stones were literally buried beneath floral II111 and Paeo. wreaths, while American flags lined the LIFE'S JOURNEY ENDED. graves. While a solemn scene, it was a After an illness of several months Mrs. pretty one to see the boys in brown placing the flags and wreaths. Many a fel- John Vetter died at her home, 2432 Third KENTUCKIAN'S LETTER FROM MANILA low walked fifteen miles to place a small street, Wednesday morning. Five weeks token and then was off again. The cere- before she was stricken with paralysis Mrs. monies began at 0:30 o'clock in the morn- from which she never rallied. years old, ing and lasted until 5:30 in the evening. Vetter was only twenty-seveThe following are a Jew extracts from The bands played and there were speeches and besides her husband she leaves an n letter written by 'John Dineen, of LexBefore her marriage she was I by theGenerals and several officers of the infant son. ington, a Kentucky boy now with Com pany II, Battalion of Engineers, stationed at Manila. The letter was written on June 7, and gives details p :d facts not mentioned in the censored dispatches, and recounts much to justify the charges ofjiicfliciency brought against those high in authority. Among other things he says : "I have passed through hardships enough to kill Peter Vinegar if he were here to fill up on Vino. Talk about your Poverty Flats, Rat Row and Davis1 Bottoms or other popular residence quarters of Lexington yru ought to get a peep into Manila. One look would settle you, that is, among the poorer classes. I don't know what I will do when I get back to civilization. I'llJqueer' myself the first 'dash out of the box,' notwith standing I hope to get used to the change after I am here awhile. "Oh, the Philippines, Uncle Sam's gold brick I The Spaniards can not fight, but they can bunco. The Republican party got an elephant this time all right, and it's no G. O. P. either. It's one of Uucle John's 'green goods' packages painted white with a $20,000,000 trademark. 'Here is a partial list of what is and No what is not in the Philippines: brooms; no hats worn; the girls marry at fifteen; no knives or forks; horses are a curiosity; natives sleep at midday and ADMIRAL DEWEY, bathe thrice daily; more women than Now ononis way home to tue United States,from Manila., men; rice is the chief productjcattlcare : rnair as" go'atsjiabofe1'sar'ten"'feilts English in the harbor. The Miss Mamie Morgan, and was a most ' per day; cocoanut oil is an illuminant; inhabitants of Manila were dutnfounded highly esteemed young lady. The sadly the grasshopper is a delicacy; buffaloes with surprise and admiration. They did bereaved husband is the son of Nace Vetare used in plowing; orchards command not know how to express themselves, but ter, Superintendent of the Work-hous$1,000 each; Manila has 300,000 inhabi- if you could have gazed on Battery Hill, and he has the sympathy of friends and tants; the annual cigar output reaches where 20G of our comrades are buried, acquaintances in all quarters of the city. 200,000,000; belles smoke cigars and chew and at Paco Cemetery, you would have The funeral took place yesterday mornbeetles; cigar factories employ 21,000 seen the most solemn scene of your life. ing from the Church of the Holy Name, women; cigarmakers earn $G to $10 per But it is all over now, yet it is sad to which was crowded with those who month; a yard of cloth will make a robe think of returning home and leaving so mourned the sad death of a most nffec for the poor; a piece of wood two feet many of our gallant comrades in this ac- donate wife and mother. long costs forty cents. cursed laud. "The rainy season has set in and cam"The next national holiday will be the TRADES COUNCIL paigning will cease for a time. The last Fourth of July. I presume it will be a expedition through the mountains has dull day here, as so many of the boys been sent out and no more will be made will be out on the front. There is a Organized by Union Working-me- n until the rainy season is over. The storm raging outside in the China Sea, of New Albany TuesTagurs have lost all hope and are prac- and we feel it a little in here. day Night. tically done for. There are no more s "Say, this is a Klondike for a large bodies to be met, and it is now like printer. A good printer can get his own an Indian campaign, as the niggers are wages. There are but few American At a meeting of trades unionists held at together only in small bands. printers here, and they are thud-raterthe Doerhoefer building in New Albany "The volunteer regiments to leave are The natives do most of the Tuesday evening, at which all the unions the Oregon, California, Nebraska, Coloin that city were represented, a Trades rado, Pennsylvania, North Dakota, Min- SACRED HEART CHURCH and Labor Council was organized and the nesota, Idaho, Wyoming, Montana, following officers elected: Utah, South Dakota, Nevada, Kansas, President C. Sievcrs. Washington, Tennessee and Iowa, in the Will Give Its Picnic and OutJoseph Rutledge. order named. With the above gone and ing at Phoenix Hill Park Recording Secretary Edwin F. Catley. mustered out of Uncle Sam's service, the Financial Secretary Charles Stager. Thursday. United States loses the best army it ever George D. Corresponding Secretary had. I don't know what kind of a repuHieb. A largely attended and interesting tation the volunteers made in Cuba and Treasurer T. D. Bean. Porto Rico, but from what I've read they meeting of the committees having in Sergeant-at-Anns J. A. Kelly. service, charge the arrangements for the picnic made a poor one, as they saw no The new central labor body starts out "To the volunteers in the Philippines for the benefit of the Sacred Heart well and will exercise a great influence in clings a reputation made and won by church, which takes place at Phoenix business and political affairs when the n Hill Park next Thursday, was held in the interests of labor are involved. Applicagallant fighting, and it is a fact that to the Eiuhth Army Corps be school hall Sunday afternoon. tion will be made to the State Federation The various committee reports were for a charter. longs the honor of saving the reputation know of being very encouraging, and the indications are of the army. All that I Mr. Walter Young, Chairman of the done throughout the anny in Cuba, Porto that this year's picnic will prove biore Board of Directors of the Central Labor Rico and the United States was to criti- pleasing than any ever given before. Union of this city, addressed the assemOut here it has This one will not be wholly a cise the administration. bled delegates, pointing out the benefits affair, but will furnish amusement to be derived from organization, and adbeen different, and of the four places, if the truth were known, none had a more worth twice the admission. During the vising them as to the best course to purrighteous kick coming than those in the afternoon there will probably be a sack sue. Philippines. None know of more hard- and other races for prizes, and in the Edwin F. Catley, the Secretary, is one ships than the Eighth Anny Corps. As evening a grand professional prize cake of the delegates from the Typographical for the 'scrap' before Santiago, it was walking contest, for which six couples Union. He was New Albany's repreThe amusement sentative in the last Indiana Legislature, as nothing compared with some we have have already entered. had here. I am relating what some of committee will also add other novel where he made an enviable reputation, features. the old soldiers told me. and the passage of bills for the benefit of In addition to the Aldermanic contest the workingmen by that body are due in "The regiments coming over now are . Why, the volunteers mentioned elsewhere, the race for the not worth a a great measure to his energy and watchover here can teach the regulars how to diamond ring is exciting great interest. fulness, fight, and they are doing it right along. The entries for the ring are Mrs. Thomas All the new soldiers are fit for is to do W. Tarpy, representing the Altar Society, GENEROUS CLERGYMAN. garrison duty, They will need a lot of and Miss Ella Dolan, the candidate for scrapping before they can class them- the Young Ladies' Sodality,,, and the selves with the Eighth Army Corps. friends of each are working zealously for Father Mack Gives an Indiana Town an Electric Light The new regiments are well dressed, and their favorite. Plant. The Altar Society will serve an elegant to see them so spick and span makes us poor fellows think of better days gone dinner and supper in the dining hall, by. It is quite a contrast to witness a presided over by Mrs. Patrick Curran, A dispatch to the Post says the Rev. regiment of regulars marching along and while the Young Ladies' Sodality will William Mack, pastor of the Catholic then view a regiment that has been here manage the refreshment booths and fish church ut Troy, Ind has lately come since last July. In one you see line, J pond in the park, and they promise to Into possession of an inheritance which strong, healthy fellows in bright, clean dispense hospitality with a lavish hand, yields a large income, and he has decided uuiforms, with an elastic step. In the Among the latter are Misses Julia to give his town an electric light plant of Donough.Ella Dolan, Agnes McDonough, the most approved pattern. The franwill be 6een a crowd of weak, forlorn, sickly, pale fellows, who Mary Higgins, Mary Glenn, Lizzie Mc-co- chise has already been granted to him by straggling along with a weary step, j Cormick, LllHe Shaugbnessy, Annie the town Council, and work will be comLoretta Tighe, Katie Vaughn menced promptly. Father Mack is also el ragging their feet as if they were hun-- . Vaughan, dred weights. Their dress is a muddy and Viola Keal, who will prove a bevy of figuring on a site for waterworks, and brown, torn and tattered. Half of those charming hostesses, thinks he may see his way clear to proMusic pirector Walter Hensley and an vide this enterprise also, as the two can vou notice are. barefooted and their clothes (led with native grass. The lines . efficient corps of, floor managers will have be run jointly in, a very economical way,' in their faces are deep and. drawn, and it ! the dancing hall specially prepared for as is now, done-- at Hawesville and;other ' it. requires only a glance" to convince yo$ Uie yooog kAk$, who, nuy trip UK light places. VOLUNTEERS CAN'T an BE BEAT. SWELL AFFAIR. Such AVas the Hibernian Sliver Jubilee Celebration Last Monday. uy-ia- The Afternoon Kuchrc Was One of Hie Most Enjoyable Ever Given. s ADMIRAL DEWEY. Mirth and Music, Dancing-Itccland Breakdowns, Songs The Hero of Mntillu Reaches Trieste and Stories. ou His Homeward Trip Mny Arrive in August. 5 n Irish-Americ- PRESIDENT KEENAN. Society. There was ,a good crowd, the meeting was an important one, and the newly elected officers start out under man-of-w- e, VICE PRESIDENT LAWLER. most favorable conditions, with benefits and amusement in store for those who hereafter attend the meetings. After the first-clas- s. type-setting- ." Vice-Preside- J well-know- SECRETARY MARK RYAN. reading and approval of the minutes and payment of all claims the Finance Committee were instructed to make a com- - dollars-and-ccn- ts SECRETARY WILL LAWLER. plete report next month as to all moneys owed the organization. The election and installation of officers was completed, and the administration for the ensuing year will be as follows: President Tom Keenan. First Vice President Capt. Mike Law- Mc-oth- er half-starve- lm Second Vice President M. W. Mur. phy. Treasurer iecordiuglSwrtaryr-Willia-n Col. John yhallen, Lawler. . Financial Sacretarr 'Mark Ryan. , The torejniig were all akctod by ac- - RIYERYIEW PRESENTED A GAY SCENE A After a strict quarantine the United States Cruiser Olympia sailed last Sunday from Port Said for Trieste, where she arrived Thursday with Admiral Dewey, About 2,600 people assembled at River-vieand after a stay there of about two weeks Park Monday to celebrate the twenty-fwill proceed direct to New York, where ifth anniversary of Division 1 of the Ancient Order of Hibcrniaus. The attendance was not as large as the occasion deserved, but this only afforded a better opportunity to those present to enjoy themselves, which many did as never before. The Reception Committee, consisting of Messrs. Edward Clancy, James Barry, David O'Connell, John Mulloy, Mike Tynan, James Rodgers, Tom Cody, were on hand early and had exerything nicely ( arranged when the people began to arrive. During the afternoon the ladies enjoyed a delightful progressive euchre, lasting' from 3:30 to 0:30 o'clock, and about 100 ladies contested for the handsome prizes. The presentation was made by William M. Higgins, editor of the Kentucky Irish American, Miss Josie O'Neill, of Sixth street, was awarded a handsomely decorated Sevres vase, much to the delight of a large number of Hibernians and spec tators, with whom she was decidedly popular. Mrs. Pres Stevens, of Seventeenth and Bank, earned off the china clock, the most valuable of the prizes, 1 WWWU Utt. and Mrs. Wiegelman, of 1512 Fifteenth street, received an imported water set. The announcement of each winner was generously applauded, and James Barr and Edward Clancy won praises from the ladies for their fairness and courtesy throughout the games. COL'. JOHN H. WHALLEN. During the progress of the euchre Prof. Scally's orchestra rendered choice seleC"--" The Amusement Committee will also she is expected to arrive during the latter tions, when the younger set took possesarrange an interesting and pleasant pro part of August. sion of the dancing pavilion or strolled gramme, and every member is urged to Admiral Dewey said to the Associated about among the trees in the park. The be present. Press correspondent at Trieste that the old folks' enjoyed themselves in comfortpassage from Port Said was a pleasant able scats in shady nooks, from where LIMERICK HIBERNIANS. one. they could watch the youngsters while The Admiral's health is perfect. He reviewing the history of Division 1 pubhas not decided whether he will co to lished in these columns last week and They Will Enjoy Themselves Carlsbad, as had been announced, but it relating many reminiscences of happenis not probable that he will do so, as he ing during their times in Ireland, several at Lion Garden Monintenus to visit Vienna. Upon her arri- of whom were heard to remark that Riv- day Evening. val the Olympia fired a salute of twenty- - erview Park was the most beautiful place one guns, which was returned from the they had seen since they left the old Division 1 of the Ancient Order of fort and four Austrian and one Greek country. Many of these left early to Hibernians will give its annual picnic warships subsequently. make room for the throng that was to Monday at Lion Garden, and from presAdmiral Dewey received visits from the come after supper, when one of the most ent indications it will be a most success-fu- l Port authorities, the United States Min- select assemblages ever seen in a public one. The great majority of its mem- ister to Austria, Mr. Addison Harris, and place was gathered in Riverview, among bers are residents of that portion of the the staff of the legation and the Consuls whom were State and county officers of city known as Limerick, which is ex- of the United States in Austria. The the order, clergymen, lawyers, working-mepected to turn out en masse. foreign Consuls were received by Admiral politicians, merchants and manuThis division has the largest member- Dewey ou board the Olympia during the facturers, mostly all accompanied by ship of any in Louisville, and its com- forenoon. ladies, and from 8 to 12 o'clock the scene mittees and members have been working The Olympia had a bad run to Aden was a brilliant and animated one. The zealously for some time past to provide against a monsoon, but from that point two happiest men on the grounds were for the amusement and entertainment of on the weather was fine. Admiral Dewey President Tom Keenan and Col. Lum those who attend. A large number of expects to remain on board his flagship, Simons, each of whom vied with the tickets have been disposed of in addition with the exception of occasional trips on other in extending a cordial greeting to to those sent to the other divisions, and shore. The Americans find the weather every arrival, and it was nip and tuck it is expected the crowd will eclipse that cool and refreshing, although the ther- as to which knew the largest number. attending the Fourth of July celebration. mometers indicated 80 degrees on shore. During the evening much amusement There are many who were not present at Secretary Fanning, of the Dewey Re was afforded by the dancing of several either of the two celebrations, this month, ception Committee in New York, has no breakdowns, the dancers and they will not miss this opportunity information as to when the Admiral will being Matt Feely and Mrs. Catherine of enjoying themselves, as it will be the arrive. In an interview Saturday he Burns, Mike O'Douncll and Mrs, Richard last out-doaffair given by the Hiber said: Murphy, Tim Naughton and Miss Brid-gi- c nians this season. "The committee has not had any offi Quinn, and Martin Sheehan and wife, Prof. Morbach's band, which will fur cial communication from the Admiral up Their performance was a revelation to nish the concert music, will appear in to the present. According to our in nearly all, Mr. Feely and Mrs. Burns the handsome new uniforms which they formation the Olympia will call at Gib- outlasting the others. This was only one wore to the Elk's reunion at St. Louis. raltar, where several cablegrams and of the many pleasing incidents. Several pleasing Irish selections are on letters from the Reception Committee Among the many present were noticed the programme. The dancing music will await the Admiral, To these we expect Mike Sweeney, Judge be furnished by Prof. Tom Scally's band a reply in which the exact date of the ar Nick Vaughn, Richard Quinn, Philip orchestra, one of the best in the city. rival of Deyey in New York harbor will Young, Capt. James Hendricks, County cars will be announced. The committee has learned President Murphy, State Secretary ColeThe Preston and Main-strerun till the close, and transfers can be from Edward Wilkins Dewey, cousin of man, John O'Connor, Edward Melter, had to all parts of the city. If you want the Admiral, that a letter from Charles William Lawler, Tom Kelly, County to spend a pleasant time and eniov lots Dewey, the Admiral's brother, who is Treasurer Owen Keiran, Harry Brady of tun go to Lion Garden Monday even now in Europe, was received yesterday, and Miss Elvira Syduor Miller, and that ing. in which Charles stated that the Olympia all had a jolly time is best evidenced by will be in New York Harbor not later the report of the latter in her Tattler colPATTERS0N-D0ERH0EF- ER than October 1 possibly a few days be umn, which but for lack of space would fore that." be reprinted in this issue. A telegram from London says: Ac The jubilee was a The Two Aldermen Entered in cording to the information obtained from great credit upon thesuccess and reflects gentlemanly mana Popular Contest for British naval sources Admiral Dewey's agers and the Ancient Order of Hiberreception at the various British stations nians. The majority of those present a Cane. was no more cordial and in no way differ- will also attend the picnic of Division 4 ent from that accorded to Admirals of at Lion Garden Monday night, where The excitement and interest attending other fleets. they will have another good time. the late primary and convention promises to pale into insignifiance compared to WASHINGTON SOCIAL-- DRAMATIC CLUB. TEMPLE THEATER. that which will be witnessed at Phceuix The last meeting ot the Washington public will be glad The theater-goin- g Hill Thursday evening. The picnic for the Sacred Heart church never fails to to learn that the Temple Theater will Social Dramatic Club was a largely Henry draw a large crowd, and the friends of open for the coming season in September, attended and interesting one. Aldermen Billy Patterson and Mike Doer- Col. Meffert has returned from New Fredeman and Gus Kraus were enrolled hoefer have entered them in a contest for York and the East, where he has suc- as members, after which the following d cane, to be ceeded in engaging a company of ladies officers were installed for the ensuing a handsome awarded the candidate receiving the and gentlemen that will surpass anything term: President Frank Hulsman. largest number of votes. This will be a in the way of a stock company heretoVice President H. Bredehian. ll election, without police or fore seen In this city. Each member of Secretary Matt Strubel. other interfence, and each may vote for the new organization is prominent in the T Treasurer John Schrecker, his fayorite .as often as he chooses at ten profession, and the genial Colonel .now Sergeant-at-arni- s Frank Bronger. cents per. 'At the meeting at which the fesls that the Temple will continue the The next meeting takes. place Monday names of the two geutlemen were entered most popular play-houin Louisville. evening at the club house, corner 'of Thomas W. Tarpy was chosen to repreAll kinds, of jobprinting neatly and Logan arid Oak.streeU. TUecliib is now sent Alderman Doerhoefer and Edward in a flourishing condition. Clancy w8 designated to watch Alder- - prourtly executed at this office; w n, gold-headefree-for-ase KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. 1 KEDTJOKIY IIIKC AMERICAN, VICTORY! 5c who went to Lexington to attend the marriage of Miss Anna Blanche Norman and Mr. "John L. Stephnnski, have re turned to this city. titiiiitiimiiMttntM Oevoted to the Moral and Social Advancement of all Irish Americans. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR. Second-Clas- s SINQLE COPY, Matter. American Federation of Labor Sustains tlio Central-Labo- r Union. Entered at the Louisville Postofflce as Addicts Comoiunlcallonslothe KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN, 326 West Qreen Street President GonincrH Urges the Unions that Seceded to Return. - LOUISWIvE, KY.,. SATURDAY, JUJVY 22, 1899. as- - Bridget Quitin is enjoying months' vacation. Miss Mrs. J. J. Reilly and son Earl are visit ing at Grayson Springs. The Mefcv Circle Sewing Circle held nu enjoyable meeting Wednesday even The Predictions of the Kentucky ing at the residence of Mrs. Neal Burke Irish American Have Been in Jeffersonville. If tliey need attention there is no better place to have them fixed than at the 1 ft r. Rumor has it that Con Lehan, one of WILL PASS. the initial one, its success is the popular young men of the East End, sured. Thomas I,. Brennan left Wednesday for will shortly be wedded to a pretty daugh The Irish agricultural atid indus IIARMONV AND UNITVARR NECESSARY ter of the Emerald Isle. a short trip to Cincinnati. trial bill is an important one, and Bring your job work anything Miss Maggie Norton, daughter of Will Mr. James Campbell has gone to Mackiiam Norton, of West Chestnut street, will while it may not be all that the peo- - from a visiting card to a circus nac to spend his vacation. Yesterday morning the following letter leave Monday for Owensboro, where she nip rlpsirp., tlipv rprotrnie tlmt it is . poster to the Kentucky Irish -1 o Miss Helen B. Lowry, of Shelbyville, is will be the guest of Mrs. Field. j was received from President Gompers, of the American Federation of Labor, rela the best they can get at this session I American office for neatness and visiting friends in this cjty. Misses Amelia Mazzoui and Amelia tive to the appeal of the newly formed 1 Stn r Mrs. Hines, of Ohio avenue, Jefferson-ville- , Montedouico have returned from West United Trades and Labor Assembly, by of Parliament. The Irish members Right Next to Avenue Tlienter. is reported to he quite ill. Baden Snrincs. where their beauty at which it will be seen that he sustains are therefore determined tnat the if Vou want to reach the work- traded a great deal of attention. President James McGill and the Central Miss Ada McDermott was the Their prices are the lowest, work the best, and Government shall get no excuse for ing people advertise in the Ken- - Miss Susie McKeirnan this week.guest of Mark Ryan, one of the most popular L,aKr union. I ins result was long ago all guaranteed. will treat j'ou rig-litabandoning it. From the speech of tucky Irish American, the only young men about the Court-houshas predicted by the Kentucky Irish AmeriMiss Josephine Kelly is making nn ex gone to Atlantic City. He will visit can, which has all along advocated the ItliM HiWISEU THIS I LACK: John Redmond we glean the follow official trades union paper published tended visit to the Eastern cdies. policy recommended by President Gom through the East before returning. in Louisville. pers. we sincerely nope tnat a reunion ing summary of its salient features. Mr. and Mrs. Willis Mullen are spend Mr. Daniel Hennessey, of Missouri, ot tue laoor torces ot tuts city will now It introduces a completely new The silver jubilee celebration was ing a week at French Lick Springs. son of John M. Hennessey, is visiting his follow, believing that every true trades departure into Irish administration a credit to tlie Ancient Order ot will favor this course. ' Mrs. Len G. Herndon and little son parents in this city. Although proud of unionist The letter is as follows: his Kentucky birth, he favors Missouri as a machinery of the Government Hibernians. spent the week at Doe Run Springs. "Washington, D. C. July 19, 1899. a home. for developing the agricultural and Mr. George De Souchet, Central Labor Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Murnhv. of Lex Charles Connors, with the William Union, 516 Fifth street, Louisville, Ky. industrial resources of the country. fay up and subscribe tor another ington, were visiting here this week. Higgins Leather Company, St. Louis, Enclosed you Dear Sir and Brother: This machinery is so constructed, yen. occ. Mre Tlinmnc TIfpl-- w, nf - w Alhnnv.I who has been visiting friends and rela will please find copy of a decision ren .. ...... J spent a week with friends in Corydou. tives here for the past three weeks, left dered in the case of protest, entered by after careful study, as to possess all DEWEY OPPOSED TO CONQUEST. the city Wednesday. Herman Christian and others against the the advantages of the most approved Mr. Bernie McDevitt was among this election of Mr. James McGill as President stage in any department of the kind The Washington correspondent of the week's visitors at West Baden Springs. John O'Brien, of 93" East Market Minneapolis Times says in his letter of street, is receiving the congratulations of of the Louisville Central Labor Union. on the Continent, and to remove July 10 that it is understood at the naMrs. Fitzgerald was among the Louis- - his friends upon the arrival of a lovely I have forwarded the original to Mr. from Ireland at last the heaviest tional capital that Admiral Dewey was vilhans registered in Chicago this week, baby girl at his home. He declares her Christen by this mail. "Permit me to express the hope tha' handicap under which she has la- opposed to the policy of conquest in the Mr. John Duffy is among the Louis- - the belle of the East End. every effort will be made by the Central Philippines and that in consequence of bored in the struggle with her his opposition he was "turned down" and villians summering it Doe Run Springs. Frank Kendrick will spend the coming Labor Union to purge the union from any Col. Meffert has element or members who do not possess , foreign competitors. The bill in ordered home. This information is said of Clark's Station, spent winter in Louisville. to have reached Washington in the private several days here this week visiting his secured him for this season's stock com the qualification for membership in any MISS KATE SMITH, Lady Assistant and Embalmcr. troduces the representative princi corresnondence of naval nfficprs ami 5t 5s pany. Although joining the company union attached to your Central Labor ftiends, ? ?1 A? !i Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice. late last season, he soon became a great Union. In some of the papers submitted, it pie into econoir ic administration, 11 undoubtedly true. It will be remembered is plainly evident that there are such per creates elective couueils of the tuat 111 ",s letter to the Peace Qpmuiis- - Mr. Frank Lynch, of Jeffersonville, favorite with the Temple patrons. S. AND .TEITirERSOlV sons wuo noui tneir memuersnip m nlnccoc tvlmm itc mnrt neuronic tr sioners at Pans, dated August 29. 1898. spent last Sunday in Indianapolis with The marriage of Miss Celia A. McCauu unions. ' TELEPIIONK 810. friends. Admiral Dewey said of the Filipinos and William II. Demies was solemnized Whom the department must come "I trust, too, that every effort will be "In a telegram sent to the department Mr. and Mrs. George Mulligan are en at St. Vincent de Paul's church Wednes made by your Central Labor Union to win SZlS3211S2II1122SZ2il2SiiU)iSlSZSllSS110iI123IlSI 1 expressed the opinion that for advice, and elective boards, who June 23 visit to French Lick day evening in the presence of a large back the unions which have withdrawn, joying a uiese people are iar number of friends of the happy couple, and to unite and harmonize the labor are given 'the power of the purse telligence, and moresuperior in tneir in Springs. self-go- v capable of Rev. It brings over and places under an ernment, than the natives of Cuba, and I Miss Susie Nolan, of Illinois avenue, knot. Father Heising tying the nuptial forces of your city. We can not expect success without the necessary unity and am familiar with both races. Further Jeffersonville, is visiting relatives in In Irish authority all the powers that intercourse with them has confirmed me dianapolis. Miss Rose Carroll, of Indianapolis, is harmony of the labor forces. are now exercised in Ireland by the in this opinion." "Counting upon your assistance to ac the guest of her aunt, Mrs. M. Metcalfe, Dewey supposed that the Filipinos Mr. and Mrs. Sweeney returned last East Washington street. Miss Carroll is complish this much desired purpose, I Science and Art Department of DESIGNERS AND BUILDERS OF Z am, fraternally yours, Wednesday South Kensington. It provides for would be treated like the Cubans by the moth Cave. from a pleasant trip to Mam one of the prettiest of this season's vis "Samoei Gompkrs, McKinley administration, but he was itors, and numbers her admirers by the ITALIAN MARBLE, AMERICAN AND SCOTCH GRANITE $ the establishment in Ireland of a sadly mistaken. The American commis "President A. F. of L. score. She will spend next week with Mrs. Carey Peter was this week the s who were comprehinsive system of technical sioners were guest of the family of .Mr. Pat Joyes, of friends in Jefferson county. THOMAS CROSBIE, desirous for an n alliance, education, and for the endowmeut aim tney listened to the misrepresenta- - Shelbyville. The Misses GnaU entertained in honor of scientific resource, as applied to tions of the English agent, John Fore- - Frank McGrath, of Seventh and York, of Miss Ada McDermott, of Elizabeth preference to the testimony of has returned from a week's stay at West town. Among those present were Misses All RoKrot the Death of the agriculture and industry. It pro- - n,an their own Admiral who destroyed the Baden Springs. Came, Philie, Luhe and Josie Gnau, Ada Grand Old Man of Irish Artistic Work Only Solicited. . Workshops and Studios, Carrara, Italy. McDermott, Gertie Fox, Katie and Lillie Spanish navy in Manila Bay. Therefore Journalism. Miss Maggie Walsh left yesterday for Delus, Katie Filzpatnck, Nettie Gathof, of the people, with the means of they forced Spain with a threat to hand WAREROOMS, 322 to 328 WEST GREEN STREET, over the Philippines to be governed by St. Louis, where she will visit friends for Ldhe Godfrey, Belle Meany, Susie Mc agricultural and stimulating Keirnan, Mrs. Joseph Gnau and Mrs, the United States without any regard to the next two weeks. The recent announcement of dustrial production in every form, tue will of their inhabitants who were in Sam Humberstoue. death of Mr. Thomas Crosbie, pro Charles Ramser, the Broadway hard editor of the Cork prietor and and defending and pushing the prod armed rebellion against Spain Will at the Examiner, will be read with sincere What the special correspondent of the ware dealer, was registered at west Tenth-stre- Timmons, the & ucts in the markets of the world. It depot, is becoming one of regret by every journalist Baden Springs this week. in Ire limes savs is rnnfirniiwl lit. TJDt. most popular railroad employes in land, England and Scotland, says a Cork the iu iu.c tuiinwo nc uuacauiey, a former minister of Minne Mrs. Tom Mulligan and her sou George, the city. Owing to his polite and agree the grievances of the trades and apolis who is now 111 Japan. Ina letter of Cincinnati, are visiting her mother, able disposition the company recognized correspondent. Hy his death we lose at once one of the most estimable members Mrs. Clark, on Fifth Street. fanners agatast th, raihvay his worth and nlaci d him in his present of the profession and one of the most position. Will is a single man, but if a kindly and cultured of Irish gentlemen. panies and appear on their behall regretted the turn in affairs, but that he Mrs. Ella Shatiley, of Kast IJreckiu- late rumor be true he will soon desert Mr. Crosbie was a Young Irelander in before the Railway Commission. It was powerless to act. The Admiral said ridge street, left Thursday for Dawson the "bachelor ranks" and lead a hand 48. He was associated m the Young . 10 mm: "Katner man make a war of Springs, to spend two weeks. ... r ilnnnrrmant mime nnniAf some young lady of Limerick to the altar. Ireland movement with Mr. Justin Mc conquest on the Filipino people I would . . Miss Nellie Sheehau has returned to wun me vouniy oun- - up alienor and sail out of the harbor. connection The marriage of Miss F.mtna Willman Carthy, then connected with tlie paper Rev. Mr. Macauley visited Manila last her home in Lexington after a three to Mr. J. J. Gainey was solemnized at of which Mr. Crosbie afterward became Good a . I Innilnrtr weeks' visit with friends here. it, Another notable ...1 mm :in uie St. Augustine's rectory, JelTersonvtlle, proprietor aud editor. " et r n iui uiiuiv&uugiucujumiy, r ircuuw interest of his religions .1M.nmlnatinn he was then asso Irishman with whom Mr. John Kenney, of Clarksville, is the Wednesday evening. The bride is the ciated was the late Mr. Denny Lane, one lug its waste lands, ior developing Of his views then he writes M. proud father of a lusty young Iliherman. handsome daughter of Joseph Willman, For a long time I could not believe The mother and son are doing well. who lives at the corner of Maple and Mul- of the sweetest singers of the '48 period. . .., 1rir, Throughout his long career, Mr. Crosbie tlmt tllp fllsnctrntia j Mlm wl vivciifca ., . . berry streets. The groom is a Tolophono 384. 248 Wost Jofforson Street. us uiaubcu oyster ueus, as T rrance, known to the Washington authorities. I Mr. II. P. Reiger, the local manager of spector for the Southern railroad. car in was a consistent Nationalist, and if some After who learned oyster culture from was inclined to lay the responsibility for the Germain Insurance Company, spent the ceremony the happy pair left for of us could not agree with the policy of Ludlow, Ky., where they will make their his paper in recent years, nobody who Ireland, has laid hers down within the increasing perils inupon the military several days at West Baden Springs, knew its cultured proprietor could fail to commander dirertlv rh v is. future home. J . "' . ... ii i i. uuriy years, ti ; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Reilly wre jusi it. recognize his thorough honesty of pur ii in nmuy u seems clear to me that Gen. Otis did over the arrival of a handsome are happy little loy Miss Mary Agnes Wolfe, of 1020 Eighth pose and his strong sense of fair play. respects a supplement to the Colin this work in the main in literal obedience street, will entertain the White Rose The poor of Cork will miss him. In a t "is supenors in America; that there it visitor at their home on Lytle street. M, m, m n,l lonc i j Club on Thursday evening. The mem quiet, unobtrusive way which in all j was assumed that the wholp r?tli n,l Mrs. James Kennedy, of Indiana ave tire which is needed to give these duty concerning the future disDosition nue, Jeffersonville, is still very sick, but bers of the blub are Misses Mary Wolfe, walks of life was characteristic of the Margaret Grogan, Mamie Riley, Mary man he was always foremost in pro new bodies substance instead of furt control of the Philippine islands liy her friends hope to see her out again Ryan, Katie Ansbro, Ldhe Kohler, An moting works of charity and philan S12 814 CLAY i.a.w huu win ui me unuen shadow to work upon. States; that what the Filipinos themselves Misses Mamie Curran and Hattie Lang nie Collins, P,ttn Martine; Messrs Will thropy. The people of Cork sorrow today Telephone 209-- 2. LOTJTSVTLLT? might wish need not be taken into ac will leave shortly for Atlantic City, where iam Miller, Thomas Vetter, Louis Dugan, because one of their most prominent Joseph Hanrahan, Thomas Hikes, Chas. citizens is dead. All Corkmen, however We say "Amen" to the follow- - count in formulating plans for their gov they will spend their .summer vacation. Rehm, Harry Smith, John Hikes and far they may be from home, will join incr paragraph from the pen of ernment." Mrs. James O'Neill, of Illinois avenue, William Kohler. with their countrymen in regretting the In n rntirfrcatA. ...Itl. i... demise ot tue "Grand Old Man" ot Irisli Father Cronin in the Catholic Union says the latter expressed regret 'that there Jsonville, who has been sick for the journalism. week, is reported much improved. IRELAND'S ATHLETES and inies: Save in name and was not a better knowledge of the situa- PLEASINQ APPOINTMENT. Hon among the Washington legislators Miss Maggie McAuliffe, of Jefferson c ...... c. ville, spent the week in Frankfort, where "I was nrdprpil tn tlile -f,.,. u . . i.. oi I'he appointment of Thomas J. Cam Can Beat Any Civilized or Un ouuuiruu-K- i. it, uuiciy muM. one Francisco." said r.en. rule t ,u.i she was the guest of Miss Nellie Lillis. pion to the police force hv the Board of civilized Nation in the is ovvued by an Englishman; she believe in the annexation of these islands Safety was a pleasing one, especially to when I came here, nor do I believe in Mr. John McCarty, the popular rail World. was launched in English waters among the younger ' their annexation now." road ticket agent, has gone to Colorado 42S-4-3- 0 St. whom "Tom" is verv popular. Tom is a the Thames amid the salvos of appears mat Dewey was Springs, where he will spend his vaca mis ii This small but still important little hustling Democrat and a model citizen, tl.CSO the Prince of Wales and other Eng grossly belied when he was made to say tion. s pa country can do extraordinary things in and will no doubt make a in an interview at crew that will rmnppine islands Hong Kong that the lishmen, and the Horses and Vehicles to hire at all hours, at reasonable rates. Miss Katie Gilmore, of Nineteenth and the world of athletics. Every nation, in trolman. should be held by the Bank streets, is seriously ill of typhoid cluding the new world, with its vast popman and sail her are mainly Eng uniteu states at any cost. TELEPHONE 140. NUTRITION IN FOODS. fever at Sts. Mary and Elizabeth ulation, knows this. Our latest achieve lish. Notwithstanding, therefore, When the truth eventually comes out it has been to win four English ment will be discovered that the American sol Few people have any very correct idea her beautiful Irish name and the diers and sailors were in favor of granting Little Miss Elsie Dunn has entirely re athletic championships with four repre of the comparative nutritive value even fervid christening prayer of Lady freedom to the brave Filipinos. The ras covered from the effects of the bite of a sentatives at Wolverhampton on Satur of the commonest foods. The most appe day last, says the Independent. It was Russell of Killowen, we hope the cally administration at Washington and kissing bug, which occurred Tuesday only a matter of course that Ireland won tizing and savory foods seldom are those Vf the jingo ministry in London brought on night. which are most nutntious and healthful. Shamrock will not "bring back the the war with the natives. TheAm?lo- these events, for the four Irishmen, T, F. The most nutritious of all the food pro- Saxons wanted the islands for commer The younger set are making prepara Kiely, W.J. Newburn, D. Horgan and P. ductsin common use is butter, while cup." cial purposes, but they have not got them tions to turn out in force when St. Pat- - Leahy, are absolutely safe to beat every oleomargarine, which everybody con This week we received one of the yet. How distasteful it must have been ick's church gives its outing to Fern English athlete in their respective events, demns, ranks next. It would surprise When one considers that the entire most people to know that oysters contain Admiral Dewey to shell the villages Grove. first numbers of The Industrial, a for imp nnnr nn population of Ireland is smaller than that very little nutrition, and that hen's eggs, .. m of Two handsome Emblems of the Ancient Order of tt Miss Ada Walsh, one of the society of the city of Loudon, it is simply mar- which iievv monthly magazine, whose chief admire thepiuck and bravery of the little all the world supposes to be very Hibernians will be awarded by the Kentucky Irish object is to furnish a medium for fellows in fighting tyranny and injustice. belles of this city, will soon leave for velous how we can win anything at all. strengthening, as a matter of fact rank Charlevoix and New York, to be gone T. P. Coneff, and later G. B. Tincler, very low in the lift a"Wch will be the The various meats American to the members receiving the highest numthe discussion of all questions per- - idol humbled to the dust the best lone-dis- democracy for bis opposition several weeks. .. tance runners in the world in turn and are ouly fairly nutritious. in- - to the conquest of an inoffensive and in- taming to tue great social and ber of votes, these, coupons only to be used for ballots. Mr. Will Tnohv. who has hfcn vitituier I one of thetn. at lrast. is wi nrHiinw rr- ,..w , HOW IT WORKED. .. . 7. . t r !t j euuer noerty or his uncle, S. G. McConnell, 1625 Brook Prea 10 uo me same again, in snort, kc" dUStnai proDiems oi me aay, ana ,n-- ,l Tom He wanted to marry Miss Got- T.i.clo,, ir. i.jo ircmnu b owu wjuh can oca i any civilizeu to give the people correct inform- ueaiu. ', or uncivilized nation in the. world, or all rox, ana ueciarea mat it was solely an q, , Better borrow from a pawnbroker than 9f t,, f rt an nil MAHnno nnniklttAil affair of the heart. ation concerning them. It is well from a friend. athletic struggle, v. This is not the first jack And Mr. and Mrs. JohnvByrne, Mr. and Mrs. time we have made this bold statement; cially ruined, when her father was finan edited and printed, and.if following what effect did it have on Record the Candidate on the First Line, Division on the Second. A' cornet is iut aa Mir a milu'iuu a Crulle, Mrs.- - Masterson, and 'sob, land but if any one doubts its. accuracy, it is him? are-up'tthe standard of I ful!.fldged corn. numbers Miss Milnd? a party of LouirHJV people for bim to festM tbe bolder challenge Tom- - Heart failure More Than Verified. Louisville Dental Parlors, 544 FOURTH ST., The' . 1 e, Louisville Dental Parlors, OURTII -- Gran W.Smith's Sons Funeral Directors And Embalmers.. Matt-Feeley- E. COR. EIGHIXII STS. two-week- s' Muldoon Monument Gompanu Anglo-maniac- Anglo-America- ... flonuments. f gate-keep- uiiun.m rl.. nk. HK1iK3uK I I ... PARADISE! SAMPLE ROOM. Specialty. Liquors Fifteen Ball Pool. wu J. HICKEY, PROPRIETOR. I I John -.- nu-evivi- rrt.,1c ;cf Clay5treet Brewery, and STREET. KY WALTERS'-s Pt HENRY C. LAUER, t:i!i. ei.l ---- m s, first-clas- JEJlootrlo Horse OHrrinir I SI ft East Jefferson Per - 1 EMBLEM CONTEST! Who Is the Most Popular Hibernian? I ... "P?' " I .,f ' 1,.. 11 o L -- ICBNTUC ! Y IRISH AMERICAN. T. J. WAT WITHOUT DIVISION Second Hearting: ol' tlio Trisli ni ii 62J HinilTH ST. Ooc Vanilla ami Lemon, per gal 7f)C Fruits and Chocolates, per gal 75c iVilTrp nml Banana, tier unl AI1110111I nml Macaroon, per gal f 1.001 $1.00 to $l.i.r Hlsque anil Tnttifrntti $1.0 Bricks nml Euchre C.lc Sherbets anil Ices "0c Sweet Cieain Agricultural ami Industrial Hill Passed. Certain Thai It Will Become a Law During Tills Session of Parliament. Provides for the; Kx pundit lire of a Fairly Lare Amounts of Money Yearly. REDMOND'S SPEECH IN ITS PAYOR. Cream ilelivereil to New Albany anil Jeffersonville; also shipped to nil shipping points. A specialty. It is the purest anil best. Telephones 2144 mid 2588. BSTSpecinl rates to hotel?), dealers and large orders. I Walsh the Tailor, S 232 FOURTH AYE. 8 S Examine Complete Line 5 i i I 9) (1 Summer Suitings. I Our $10 Quick Meal I 9) Speaks for Itself. li f) y. A splendid Gas Range with four oven, broiler burners, lTxlO-inc- h mid all the many qualities that have made the Quick Meal so popular. Every Quick Meal sold is the cause of other sales, as it Rives such per- feet satisfaction. Take no chances; purchase our Quick Meal, which is time tried, proven right and none can be better. The gas company generously assists our sales by mak- itig free connections, giving tickets for three lessons at the Alumnae Club Cooking School and distrib- ,tirr o i.nlnnhl rnnk honk. X li 9) Ji 9) f, U li 3 f) Jr U 9) JJ$ It li f) JR li f) GEHER&SON, m 214 MAHKBTT NeocSccoutl. KS6SSSSSSSSS6SSS6SS9S9 ISSS 0 1011 N 'Weill's New Studio, 342 W. Market St. Positively the Finest Work. Reduction in prices for thirty days to introduce my Pictures. P. KELLY & DEALERS IN Groceries, Vegetables, Fresh Meits, Produce. Seventeenth and Bank Streets. Special attention given to family orders, and goods delivered to all parts of the city. RIVERVIEW Is Now Open to open. PARK the Public A few select dates for picnics, etc., Call at office, 113 V. Jefferson. CONCERT EVERY SUNDAY By PROF. MORBACH'S BAND. LION GARDEN NOW READY FOR Picnics, Socials, Lowti Fetes. This Garden has been newly decorated mm reiurnisiiea ior mc prccm scu&uu, appointments of all kinds, with first-claitiarvpMlnn- nf Rllllilnv. .....1 y iuv mill 1 14 hlj llio school, church and society committees Ueiorc Closing coniracis. 1.1UU UWUkU " " www., . i li .(...Lpar tratlflifra It ........ oh.-w- . easily Uwtcaojuic, to all parts of the city, For terms and elates aaaress or caii on WILUAM BAUER, Lessee and Manager. ss JT9) Irlsh-Awerlco- H A OH C,QAR The Bent VCM wiKBr on Five- - can smoke Manufacturer, PrMtoa nd Rtwllng SU. The second reading of the Irish agri cultural and industries bill passed the House of Commons without division, and the Nationalist members now feel san guine that it will become a law during the present session. The main point of the bill is that a fairly large amount of money which should have been much larger will be spent annually in the promotion of the agricultural and other industries of Ireland. All her industries need encouragement and development. Her people require that technical training which has enabled those of other nations to beat them even 111 their own markets, and the present bill promises to give them in part, at least, what they have been demanding. John Redmond, who made the principal address for the bill in the House of Commons on July ft, spoke ns follows: It was interesting to me to hear the right honorable gentleman (Sir C. Dilke) speaking here, as he. announced, as a home ruler, and then proceeding to argue this point about ministerial representation in this house entirely from the English point of view. There was not a single argument against putting a Minister of this department in this house which he did not draw from the experience of England. He left Ireland entirely out of consideration. Possibly there are too many Ministers in this house, but that is not the fault of the Irish representation. The Chief Secretary is a regui. lar He is President of the Local Government Board, he is President of the Board of Works and he is President of a half a dozen of these different boards in Ireland. It is absurd to think that in the creation of a great department, such as I hope this will be, enormous good will not come to Ireland from .the presence here of a Minister directly responsible for the work of that office. As to the vacation of a seat by a Minister accepting office, lam inclined to agree with the right honorable gentleman that the principle is n vicious one, but I put that aside as a matter which can be dealt with elsewhere. The riglit hoiiofable geiitlehiau seems to be oppressed with the fear of this policy of killing home rule with kindness. I do not care a rap of buttons about the motives of the right honorable gentleman opposite. If they propose a measure for the good of the people I shall support them, and as to the fear that home rule will be killed with kindness, I think it comes very badly from any one who has a genuine faith in home rule. The more prosperous, the belter educated, you make the people of Ireland, the more united nml the more irresistible will be the national movement, and to take the view that this measure is objectionable because t springs from a desire to undermine the home rule movement has no iutluencc with me. Mr. Speaker, I rise for the purpose of giving to. this measure, speaking of it broadly, a hearty and thorough support, and to urge upon the Government most earnestly to sec that it I do not is passed into law this cession. mean that I pin myself to every detail of the bill, or that I am in a degree satisfied with the financial aspect of the bill. Those who know anything about the financial relations of the two countries know how objectionable many of the financial proposals of this bill are. But I believe there is not n defect in the meas ure which can not be dealt with adequately in committee, and the principle under lying this bill and the main pro. visions have my cordial approval. I. support this bill for four main reasons. First, I regard it as a measure introduced in obedience to a public demand from the Irish people of all classes and all parties; secondly, I regard it as in the main satisfying that demand, and as having received practically, indeed, I may say, the unanimous support of pub lic opinion in Ireland in regard to its main provisions; thirdly, I regard a measure of this kind as absolutely esseu tial to the future of Ireland, if she is not to be hopelessly handicapped in her com petition with other countries, and I re gard it as a measure drawn on broad democratic lines, and an enormous ad' vance in the directfon of popular self government of Ireland, and as embody' ing a principle which must have an enor mous influence on the institutions which have beeti the ruin of Ireland in the past. It is true that this measure has been introduced in obedience to a public demand, and the honorable gentleman opposite (Mr. Drage) is, 1 think, correct in placing the origin of this proposal to the Recess Committee, and I must be al lowed to express my deep regret that the right honorable gentleman, the member from South Dublin, who was mainly re' sponsible for getting that committee to gether, is unable to be present to witness the fruition of his labors, and especially through such unfortunate circumstances (general cheers). The Recess Committee was composed of the most, experienced men in Ireland on this subject. It is true that the honorable member from East Mayo aud some of his friends declined to act on that committee, but some gentlemen holding similar views did serve, and t is absoluteiy true to say in these cir cumstances that every shade of political thought hi Ireland was represented (hear, Poo-Bal- coining week, as the management needs hear). This body instituted au exhaustthe money very much to make improveive inquiry into agricultural industries ments in the paper and pay current exand technical education in Ireland and penses, which arc 110 small items in the the effect of foreicn competition, and publication of a newspaper like the Kenafter an extended inquiry abroad it rec many re- Percy Haley Elected Secretary tucky Irish American. We feel sure that ommended a scheme wuicli, in those who have not yet settled have negspects, was somewhat similar to the of the Democratic State lected or overlooked the matter and will bill. That recommendascheme of this Central Committee. settle during the coming week wifh onr tion was discussed all over Ireland, and I agent at Frankfort. D. J. M. have no recollection of any public body roiKlemnimr the rebort. but I know that nn overwhelming majority, of them, in The Sniull-I'o- x Scare Huh Paralcluding Chambers of Commerce, an tne . .1 ua....1.A .a yzed Business at the corporations 01 me country " huuhi-les- s State Capltnl. Note.s ond Gossip of the Week boards of guardians, unanimously supported the recommendations ot tne From All Parts of the Recess Committee (hear, hear). The Country. of that was that two years ago the ltcHihlicnn Nominee For Gov Chief Secretary introduced n bill to meet ernor Has Gone to Mlchl-jra- n that demand. That bill failed, and it Bring your job work to this Hce. For Host. did not meet some of the failed because it This is the only official trai'es union essential proportions of the demand. I paper in the city of Louisville. do not blame the right honorable gentle, The Directors of the Louisville Jockey we asked man for it. One of the things PERSONAL AND SOCIETY NEWS NOTES Club have abandoned the idea of holding was that the elective principle should for a fall meeting this yea.. be recognized in the measure. The Chief President McGill has been making a Secretary was in a great ililucuity oecause he had practically no constituency to go Special Letter to the Kentucky Irish trip through the State, and we learn that his efforts have been successful. to, but the great measure of local govAmerican. The Central Labor Union meets at ernment last year created a constituency, Ky., July 21. The State Frankfort, and from that constituency the right Central Democratic Committee of Ken- Beck's Hall tomorrow. The Labor Day honorable gentleman, I am happy to say, tucky met in this city last week and Committee will make its report. The Salesmen's Association will give has been able to draw an effective elective selected Col. Percival Haley, of Frank feature in this bill. Has the bill received fort, as Secretary. With all due respect one of their delightful dances at Foun the sanction of public opinion in Ireland? for other aspirants for the office, the tain Ferry Park Wednesday evening. What are the facts? and it has been dis- committee could not have made a wiser The differences between the Chicago cussed widely by nearly all the public or better selection than Col. Haley. breweries and their workmen have been bodies in the country. The other day a Though an extremely young man, he is adjusted, the latter receiving an increase conference of the Chambers of Commerce well aud favorably known throughout in wages from all the great cities in Ireland was the Stale. During the memorable session This year the cigannakers will give held in Dublin, and while they recom- of ".10 and "J" he rendered valuable serv- their annual picnic at Fern Grove on of details they ices to his party and was recognized as mended amendment July I!0. Among the amusements will be unanimously approved the main features one of Senator Blackburn's ablest lieu a ball game, running matches and dancof the bill and urged the Government to tenants. Col. Haley was also further ing Boats will leave in the morning and pass it into law this session, whilst 110 honored by being unanimously elected afternoon. single municipality in Ireland has de Secretary of the Democratic Campaign George H. Thobe, of Covington, Or clared against it. I have receiveu an Committee, whose headquarters will be number of requisitions from 111 this city. Col. Haley is a loyal sup ganizer of the International Association enormous of puardians 'askinc me to be in porter of Senator William Goebel, the of Wood Workers, was in the city this week 111 the interest of his fellow trades my place today to support this measure. nomii.ee for Governor, and had charge of men. Mr. Tliohe was once the candidate No public body, large or small, import- the Goebel headquarters during the cam cf the workingmeit of the Sixth dislrict ant or unimportant, has passed a resolu paign for the nomination and assisted for Congress against Carlisle. addition to greatly in the ultimate success tion against this measure. In of Senator The Chattanooga Enquirer is leading a the press of the country lias Been al Goebel's aspirations. that good fight for municipal ownership of most unanimous. In the tace 01 uie lacis Miss Stella Buckley, of Louisville, is I am justified in saying that pub- visiting her grandmother, Mrs. Buckley, public utilities. Here is what it says I think about, the trades unionists in politics: lic opinion in Ireland is unanimous in 011 Holmes street. trades unions will take a more act support of the second reading of this bill. The Misses McCollough, of Jefferson "The say it would be a ville, arc visiting the Misses Lillis, on ive and intelligent part in local politics If that be so I this year than ever before. The member monstrous hardship if the bill so intro- Arlington Hights. who repeats 111 a parrot-lik- e way when duced in obedience to public demand, During the past ten days the small-po- x and supported, as I have shown, by scare has held full sway 111 Frankfort, anything is said on the subject, 'we must practically unanimous public opinion, The wild and incredulous stories sent out keep politics out of our unions,' is becom were to be endangered oy any action to surrounding towns have succeeded in ing a scarce article. Or, rather, the con taken in this house at this stage. As to scaring the residents of the county and victiou is forcing itself upon all that the unions must intelligently 'go into poll ii tiopessitv for such a bill, it is not none will now venture in the city. Busispeak of Ireland ns a ness of every kind is practically at a tics.' But by this is not meant partisan necessary for me to poor country, as a country wincn practi- standstill, and every effort is being made politics; party will cut very little figure Ireland de- - to stamp out the dread plague. All enter- in the matter; men and measures will be cally has no manufactures. Admittedly tainments aud meetings of all kinds have the consideration." nemls unon its agriculture. w Hk sn of Ireland is Dauiy lliieu. ner been declared off, divine, services even on BABY'S APRON. production lias diminished and her pop- Sunday being suspended, and every pre 'Twas only a gingham apron ulation has gone down, and practically caution is taken to prevent the spread of A check of white and blue lure is no svstem whatever of agri the disease. A camp has been established Yet the toddler sal beside the chair cultural or technical education, and prac-firnl- five miles from towii and all patients re no aid whatever was given by the moved from the city, where they are And watched the process thro'. State for these rjurooses. If the same carefully attended at the expense of the I marked his smiling features, ntitnnnt of inonev were SDent on aericm city. And wonder'd what he'd say ; turf in Ireland as was snent in Denmark The social session of Division l.of the When mother held the apron up in proportion to her Hibernians which was to have been held at the present time And asked him for the pay. population, you would uave 10 spenu last Thursday evening was on account of He threw his chubby arms around '230.00O, and if the same amount were the small.ox postponed for two weeks, And hugged and kissed her sweet; spent on industries and agriculture in Republican nominee for Gen. Taylor, Then down upon the floor he got population as is spent in Governor, has left for a three-week- s' proportion to trip Upon his dimpled feet. Switzerland, you would have a sum of to Michigan, where he will enjoy a much A peacock ne'er did strut about "200.000 a vear spent for tuose purposes needed rest. In raiment quite so fine; This bill only proposes to allocate a very The death of Mrs. Klair in Lexington I understood his very looks, grave will be tne re- last week came in the nature of a shock small amount, and His feelings could divine. sponsibility of any juan'who delays for a to her many friends in this city, where He rubbed the buttons down in front single year a remedy for the appalling she was well known. She was a sister of Aud noticed something new; state of things which exists at tne pres Mrs. Dan Weitzel, of this city, who was And fairly chuckled in his sleeves, ent moment. This bill proposes to estab at her bedside when she died. Her fune A little pocket, too! lish in Ireland for the. first time a demo- ral took place from St. Paul's Cathedral 'Twas just a gingham apron, elected by the Saturday morning. cratic board, Rev. J. P. Barry But joy was manifest Pmintv Councils of Ireland and one- - preached the funeral sermon. Five chit When mother slipped the kirtle on, fliinl nominated bv the Government, dren survive her Mrs. J. Weitzel, John, And baby felt his best. which board will have absolute control of William and Henry Klair, all of Lexing' the expenditure of its money, and if the ton. SPORTY 1TEHS. money is not expended in any year it It is rumored that several marriages Kansas City got a good man in Joe will accumulate from year to year, and, will occur in circles in moreover, it can be spent by the depart the city during the month of August, but Ganzcl, late of Pittsburgs. ment without the concurrence of this at present I am not at liberty to disclose Louisville and Cleveland play two board. Some people have spoken of this the names of the happy young people. games Sunday afternoon, July 30 as auother Castle board. What does this Mrs. Katy B. McNamara returned last Old man Anson says no bill do? It very largely disestablishes week from Lexington, where she spent a manager can work under Freedman. several Castle boards. It takes away from week visiting relatives. Joe Kennedy, of San Francisco, says a number of these Castle boards a large County President John J. Hogan and he will come East to meet Peter Maher if portion of their power and transfers to Treasurer Patrick O'Brien, of the Ancient allowed his expenses. the elected authority the control now Order of Hibernians, have been on the Bill Doherty, the Australian middle exercised bv these Castle boards in some sick list for the past few days. weight, is cominir to this country. He and it transfers absolutely the matters, The picnic to be given by the SI control over science and art now exercised Aloysius Society July 21 has been post is said to be a wonder. Farmer Weaver, at one time the idol bv South Kensiuirtou. poned indefinitely. the tor That is not an exaggerated summary of Miss Blanche O'Connor left Monday of the fans here, stands very near of the batting list of the Milwaukees, the provisions of the bill. It is a correct morning for a three-weekvisit to Knox- summary; and if that is so I am justified ville, Tenn., and other Southern cities, Dan Creedou has been matched to meet in recardimr this as a measure based on Miss Berliadette Haley, the pretty and Fred Morris at the Broadway Athletic democratic lines. As to the financial as accomplished daughter) of Mr. D. L Club August 11. The "Black Cyclone' pect of the bill, the defect we see is that Haley, will leave in a few days for a visit has only lately returned from England. any of this money is drawn from Irish to Lexington. n Joseph Cavanaugh, the sources. We base our demand that it Mr. William Downey, of "Summer local ball player, has returned from should all come from Imperial sources Forest," near this city, left for Chicago Austiu, Texas, where he had a most sue upon the case we make as to Irish, finan- last week, where has secured a lucrative cessful season, the Austin club finishing cial relations. This is not perhaps the position with a large stove foundry. His second in the race for the pennant. best opportunity for discussing this nues many friends in this city wish him suc Dixon and Santry will meet again tion. I have asked myself whether, if cess in bis new field. having agreed to box twenty rounds at stands, we shall ue accent the bill as it A scheme for one of the largest prison St. Louis July 31. The two men met 111 weaken our position with regard to the deliveries 011 record, in which nine of the Chicago last week, when Malachi Ho general financial question in the future, most brutal murderers confined in the gan's dicision in favor of Dixon was and I believe that this bill will give us a local prison were ringleaders, was dicov roundly hissed. future we eredjn time to prevent the consummation platform from which in the The followers of the prize riug will shall be able to work this question. of the daring plan. Seven guards were are practically two to have met with death at the dinner now watch "with interest the movements Mr. Speaker, there motions before the house. One is for the hour Tuesday and 600 or more convicts of Joe Choyinski and Kid McCoy, who a contest be second reading of the bill and the other were to follow the ringleaders in a grand this week signed articles for fore the Westchester Club, the fight to Of rush for liberty, instructed to kill all to refer it to the Grand Committee. who course the time at our disposal is limited. tried to stop them. Thanks to the watch take place September 2. George McFadden and Joe Gans are to and what I would urge upon the house is fulness of Warden Lilian! and his effround contest next this, that coiisidenmr it would be a creat icient guards, the plan was nipped in the meet in a twenty-fiv- e misfortune if we occupied the whole of bud ond the nine desperate men placed Saturday night. This will be their secWhen they met before ond meeting. the time discussing the second readinc in irons and solitary confinement. was knocked out. The bout will and left no lime for discussing the other week Gov. Bradley pardoned one Gans Last fiuestion. because if that happened an of the youngest convicts in the local take place before the Broadway Athletic be found for not passing prison. The lad is only twelve years old Club. excuse might Charlie Tully, a promising young bantamthe bill I don't believe that the Chief and extremely delicate looking, and the has entered the local pugilSecretary wishes to find an excuse, but I absurdity of the charge upon which he -weight can not say the same with regard to other was given three years detaining a istic field and is out with a challenge to members of the Government I think we being all local bantams, "Kid" Hennessy or should be careful uot to give that oppor- woman struck the Governor as Tommy McQuaid preferred. He is being tunity of withdrawing the bill at the last not exactly right and he promptly par- handled by that n and able moment. 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Record of the Jlost Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges. r i i There was only a small attendance at the late Wicklow fair. At the'Ballytinan Petty Sessions William Butler was elected clerk to the court at a salary of "30 a year. Mrs. Mary Kelly, late of Clougory, County Kildare, died June 20 at the residence of her daughter in Dublin. Mr. Plunkett's Oppressor won the Irish Derby at the Curragh June 28. There were nine other horses in the race. The aged Earl Fitzwilliam is still running winning horses. He captured a nice purse at the Curragh races June 28. The. following members of the Kelts Urban Council attended at the consecration ceremony of the Bishop of Meath: P. F. Maguine, James O'Reilly, P. O'Brien, John Smith and Patrick Collins. The recent annual show cf the Northwest Agricultural Association, one of the oldest in the North, had a larger attendance thau at previous years, showing an increasing and renewed interest in the work of the society. Robert Nugent French, J. P., of and Georgiana Browne were married in the parish church at Killina June 20. The bride was the youngest daughter of the late P. G. Browne, of Clonfad, County Roscommon. At the Wexford Quarter Sessions, before his Honor Judge Kane, John Keeffe, Foulksmill, was sentenced to eighteen months' imprisonment for the larceny of two bullocks from a farmer named Patrick Monohan, Slevoy. The Attorney General has appointed F. A. P. Hamilton Crown Counsel for the County of Kildare and William G. Gibson Crown Counsel for the County of Carlow, both in the room of A. E. Orms-b- y Hamilton, resigned. Still another Urban District Council, that of Killarney, lias declared for triennial elections, and the Local Government Board has approved its discisiou. The advantage of the change from the financial point is important. A meeting of the governing body of the Franciscan order has taken place in Athlone. The "Chapter of the Province" was held in the Franciscan Convent, under the Presidency of the Very Rev. Father P. Begley, Provincial. The marriage arranged between William Campbell, youngest son of Harper Campbell, of the Hermitage, Sligo, and Kathlcne Grace, daughter of W. Russell Fenton, Ardaghowen, Sligo, will take place on August 3 in St. John's church, Sligo. At the weekly meeting of the Ballin-rob- e Board of Guardians, A. Martin in the chair, a resolution was carried condemning in the strongest possible measure the action of Col. Knox in evicting several of his tenants around Glanhest and Ballinrobe. A curious incident occurred in Wexford. While the mail bag from one of was being conveyed to the the main office in Wexford a parcel containing $100 is stated to have dropped out. Though a strict search was made the parcel could not be found. The committee recently formed for the purpose of raising a fund for a memorial to the late Brother Clifford held a general meeting at the Christian Brothers' school, Dublin, on the evening of July 1. The undertaking is a popular one, and many subscriptions were handed the treasurer. At the meeting of the Cootehill Board of Guardians, James Hannigan presiding, and eight others present, the failure of the board to obtain a fever nurse after advertising several times was discussed A committee was appointed to consider the matter with the medical officer and make a report to the board. A special meeting of the Wexford Board of Guardians was held for the purpose of fixing a uniform fee to be paid to medical officers when acting as substitutes. On the motion of Lord Maurice Fitzgerald it was decided unanimously to fix the re muneration at Z per week, and to allow one guinea in consultation cases. On Sunday a most successful retreat was brought to a close in Thurles. The magnificent and spacious Cathedral of St. Patrick's was filled to overflowing at the closing ceremonies. During the week the members of the Women's Sacred Heart Confraternity were zealous in their attendance at the difference ceremonies, A veteran lifeboat man passed away in Wexford in the person of Thomas Wick ham, of the Fort Lifeboat Station. He was coxswain of the first lifeboat brought to Wexford and also of its sue cessor. The boat never went out on 'service without its reliable old coxswain, and he was instrumental in the saving of over 200 lives. At a largely-attende- d meeting of the Thurles Urban Council, Hugh Ryan presiding, the following resolution was adopted: "That this Council, represent ing the trades of the town, again protest against the proposed railway amalgama tion, tending as it will to raise rates al ready too high, and thereby increase the burden on traders." At the meeting of the Longford Board of Guardians an inmate named James Farrell, who is totally blind, was led into the boardroom and made a serious com plaint against the medical officer, and, on the suggestion of the clerk, it was agreed to inform the medical officer of the complaint, in order to give hiiri the opportunity to explain. A sad boating accident occurred at Ab bey lakes, near Wigau. A party froni St. Winfred's Catholic church, Bootle, were boating, when one person, leaning over to recover an oar, capsized the boat Other excursionists rescued those seen in the water, but Annie Kerwin, a younj? woman of Liverpool, was missed, and tker body was subsequently found in the El-phi- n, sub-offic- The catalogue for the first day included exhibits in horses, paintings, photographs, butter, honey, flowers, fruit, vegetables and creamery exhibits. In the art department, which is comparatively a new feature, the number of entries was very satisfactory, there being 122 exhibits. At a meeting of the Directors of the Belfast & Northern Counties Railway Company held in Belfast recently James Cowie was unanimously appointed Traffic Manager of the line in succession to the Mr. Cowie, who has late E. J. Cotton. been engaged for the past thirty years in the service of the company, is extremely popular, and his appointment has given general satisfaction. At the consecration of the Most Rev. Dr. Gaffney as Bishop of Meath on Mon day last, it is interesting to note that the episcopal basin and ewer used during the ceremony and the solid silver gilt and engraved chrism salver were made in Dublin. The latter was' one of many splendid gifts presented by the people of the Bishop's native place, and is a beautiful example of the silversmith's art. While a laborer named Patrick Birm ingham was making some excavations in garden in Thurles he discovered a number of ancient coins about six feet from the surface. The coins are in a good state of preservation. Some of them bear date 1794. Some months ago the same man discovered a few pieces of coin some yards from where he made the present find and equally deeply embedded. On Sunday the Confraternity of the Holy Family attached to St. Peter's par ochial church, Drogheda, enjoyed a very pleasant sea excursion to Warrenpoint. There were upward of GOO men and boys, accompanied by the fine brass band of the Dublin Boys' Brigade. The Rev. Father Clarke, spiritual director of the association, was in charge. The day was exceptionally fine and a beautiful excursion was enjoyed. Sunday was observed as Decoration day in and around Belfast. The Irish Patriotic Historic.il Association, in con junction with the Patriotic Ladies of the Daughters of Erin Centenary Club, car ried out the woik. Delegations of willing volunteers met at the society rooms at a very early hour and began the good work. The graves within a radius of twenty miles were visited and decorated with choice flowers. At the weekly meeting of the Ballin robe District Council, John Walsh in the chair, a resolution was passed unanimously bringing under the notice of the Mayo County Council the precarious con dition of tenants in towns, and the grave necessity there exists for legislation between landlords and tenants in towns and cities, and that an act should be passed enabling tenants to become owners of the houses they occupy. At the weekly meeting of the Newry Board of Guardians on last Saturday a letter was received from the Local Gov ernment Board pointing out that the salary of '20 a year for the clerk appeared to be inadequate, and that further postponement of the consideration of the subject, as proposed, was hardly fair to the clerk, considering all the circumstances of the cae. They therefore requested the guardians to reconsider the matter on fourteen days' notice. A man named Patrick Byrne was driv ing a horse and trap to Mullingar station, when the horse ran away. He jumped to the ground and succeeded in stopping the animal, but not before he had received serious injuries. Three other men who were in the trap procured another car and conveyed the injured man to Dublin, when he was taken to the hospital. He was examined by Drs. Curran and Bell and found to be suffering from a severe shock and a fractured leg. At a meeting of the Athloue Board of Guardians a discussion took place as to whether coal should be substituted for the turf at present used in the union. The likelihood of an increase in the out door relief was pointed out if coal was used, and it was resolved that as fuel was badly wanted in the house the master be authorized to receive all turf brought to the house at the tender price until the matter was finally disposed of as to whether turf or coal should be the fuel in the future. June 28 the remains of the late Rev. Peter Pentony, of Kilsarau, County Louth, were laid to rest in a grave in the parochial church of Kilsaran, where for the last twenty years he officiated as pas tor. The death of the reverend gentle man was unexpected, being suddenly seized with illness on Monday previous as he was preparing to attend a sick call The coffin containing the remains was placed before the high altar, surrounded with lighted candelabra and an office and requiem high mass took place. There was a numerous attendance of clergy and laity. KILLARNEY. Ellis' Lever has knocked the bottom out of Balfour's argument that the Killarnev property is too far from any large center . r oi population to De wormy of purchase by the Government as a public park. Writing in the St. James' Gazette Lever says: Balfour being member for the eastern division of Manchester, must be aware that the counties of Lancashire and Yorkshire alone have a population of nearly eight millions and can reach at a very moderate cost the Lakes of and other places of scenic beauty in the Emerald Isle. The artisans of Oldham subscribe about ,100,000 a year to a "going off fund," and their holidays are being selected further afield every year. Americans travel thousands of miles to see tle "old country" and the continent, but there is no more attractive place of natural beauty to them than "Killarney's lake3 and fells." Wipe out or shut up Muckross'aud Killarney and the genuine will practically be at an end. LEXINGTON. Morning Herald Doing AVliut It Can to Defeat Sen- PICNIC AND OOTINGGRAND FOR TH p BENEFIT OF PICNIC 24. 60. TO BE GIVEN UY ator Gocfoel. SACRED HEART CHURCH, Elks' Tair One of the Largest , Undertakings of Years. Kc-ce- nt Phoenix Hill Park, THURSDAY, JULY 27. MONDAY, JULY TIOKETS 2Go. Admission 10c. Two good Union Bauds lit Division No. 4, A. O. H., Attendance. Pretty Wedding of Two Handsome and Popular Blue-grass HIBERNIANS. What They Have Been Doing: the Past Week General News Notes. Meet us at Lion Garden Monday night. Attend the next meeting of Division 1. Bring your orders for job. printing to People. SIMPLE SIMON'S BUDGET OF GOSSIP. BIN'S IE 415417 ... Special Correspondence of the Kentucky Irish American. 1 Lexington, Ky., July 21. In the last issue of the Kentucky Irish American "Bluegrass Belle" stated that the morning Herald of this city had declared for Goebel. It has not, and what is more, it is doing all it can to insure his defeat. The Elks' fair is going to be one of the largest undertakings that Lexington people have had in a number of years, and from all indications it will by a glowing success, rue attractions win uc sucn as to draw an attendance of 20,000 people daily. The marriage of Miss Anna Blanche Norman and Mr. John L. Stephanski was celebrated nt St. Paul's church in the presence of a large number of relatives and friends. The ushers were Messrs. John Stoll, John McGurk, James Cavens and Frank Hegarty. As the bridal party entered the church to the strdins of the Lohengrin wedding march, Mr. McGurk and Miss Nellie Moran, of Covington, came first and then Mr. Stoll and Miss Annie Cromwell; 'following them were Mr. Cavens and Mr. Hegarty, preceding the bride and groom, who advanced to the altar and, with their attendants on each side, stood before the Rev. James P. Barry, who performed the impressive ceremony of the Catholic church, the bridal party all kneeling for the prayer and blessing. The bridesmaids were very pretty in white Paris muslin, fluffy with ruchings and white aigrette in their hair. They carried pink sweet peas. After the ceremony at the church an elegant wedding breakfast was served at the home of the bride, 100 West High street. The decorations of the table were pink and white, and many happy congratula tions and good wishes were said to the bridal couple during the serving of a delightful menu. The bride, who is tall and handsome, with dark wavy hair, ueyer looked more lovely than in her bridal costume. Her gown was of while Paris muslin, with wide sweeping ruffle on the skirt and bodice with yoke and sleeves of lace insertiou and narrow puffs. Both waist and skirt were elaborately garuitured with an odd ruchiug of white, having the effect of tiuy pearl shells. The big picture hat was of white leghorn trimmed with ostrich tips and silk net, very becoming to the graceful wearer. She carried a big bunch of white sweet peas. The gifts were many and handsome, one of the most highly appreciated being a set of bedroom covers for dresser, table, chairs, pillows, etc., made of rows of Mexican lace work of silk and wide ribbons. It was a present from an aunt of the bride, Mrs. John Byrnes, of Louisville, being her own handiwork. The bride and groom left after breakfast for an extended trip to Old Point Comfort, Washington City, New York and into Canada. Upon their return in about fifteen days they will make their home at the Hotel Reed. Mrs. James Slavin and daughter Kath-erin- e are making an extended visit with relatives in Indianapolis. Mrs. Andy Hogan and children and Miss Mayme Sheehy left Monday for n two weeks' stay at Tarreut. John McGurk, the well known and popular clerk at Headly Hand's, is mating a reputation second to none as a "best man." John ought to take a pull and really be the best man himself. Misses Mary Colbert and Katie Diamond spent Wednesday last at Natural Bridge. Miss Mayme McGarry, of Covington, is visiting Mrs. James Dolan. Miss Nellie Moran, of Covington, is visiting friends in this city. Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Reagan returned from Des Moines, where they went on their bridal tour. Miss Margaret Dianiond returned home Sunday, after a week's visit with relatives at Winchester. Mr. Zack Counell and wife will make their home at Columbus, O., after this month. Miss Margaret Donlan has returned from a two week's visit in Georgetown. A fishing club has been organized by some of the Y. M. I, boys, who will spend ten days on the river about the middle of August. Suin.K Simon. THONE SECOND this office. 11 i 518. FRANK FEAR BREWING INCORPORATED. ST., East Side, IRELAND LEFT IRELAND, Kit-larn- The Archbishop Sailed From Quoonstown for Homo Thursday. An Associated Press dispatch from Queenstown says: Archbishop John Ireland, of Minne sota, sailed for the United States Thursday on board the steamer Britannic. A large number of priests and influential people bid the Archbishop farewell be fore the departure of the steamer. Archbishop Ireland delivered a power ful address "before an immense audience at Cork Wednesday in the opera-hous- e The game between the Meltons and evening on the subject of the people of the Jfevitts, postponed last Sunday Ireland and temperance. account of rain, will, be played tomorrow The citizens of St. Paul will give him The ArfMgh.anuual show was opened afternoon at Nevitt's park, Seventh and fin' imposing reception upon his arrival jn in the pawtexroumlsArnisgu, June 28 Jaryis avenue.v tnat.city. , . .n i Absolutely PURE ICE CREAM at $1 Ireland on a bicycle. a gallon. This is as low as Pure Ice A corps is being organ Cream can be made, for this reason: ized by members of Division 23, Boston, Sweet cream costs from GOc to 75c a gallon; so you can not expect to buy pure under the leadership of Capt. Carroll. unadulterated ice cream for less thau $1 Pres. Stevens, though not a Hibernian, a gallon. entered into the festivities of the evening Special Rates to Picnics, Etc. with the enthusiasm of the most loyal All Flavors. Celt. B. L. I1UHKMAN. S. A. ANDERSON. Division 8 of Clinton, Mass., sent thirteen men to the front with the Ninth MAN & Massachusetts, and has reason to be proud of its war record. The Hibernian Knights of Providence 1435 West Market St. are preparing for their bazar, which will be opened with a grand ball on the even- Interior Decorating, Hardwood FinishTHOMAS KEENAN. DANIEL DOUGHERTY. ing, Graining and Glazing. ing of November 30. The officers of Divisions 1 and 12 of HERE YOU ARE FOR Providence were installed by County IH President Quinu last week. In each case a season of enjoyment followed the exercises. The officers of Division 1 of Faribault PRESTON AND MARKET. and Division 2 of Shieldsville, Minn., 1229 West Market Street, Bet. Twelfth and Thirteenth were installed by State President O'Brien, GLEANING, VAULT who delivered an interesting address at ODORLESS the close of the ceremony. All Calls Promptly Attuiulud to. Day or Night. CarThe Ladies' Auxiliary of Division 3 of Telephones 1007-182- 0. riages Furnished lor All Occasions. Minneapolis installed officers last week. DRY WELL DiaOINO. Orders by mall will receive prompt attention. After the business session an excellent programme was rendered and refresh ments served in abundance BROWN LEGHORNS. One of the happiest Hibernians at the jubilee was Matt Feeley, one of the char Average 200 eggs a year. Eggs for ter members 6f Division 1, but now re- hatching 5 cents each. Two Cockerels siding at Clark's Station. He was raised for sale cheap. on the hill, and his many friends enjoyed D. his intetestiug reminiscences of the old INCOBPOHATED. days. 2422 St. Xavler. ceremonies attending the joint in The MAIN-STREE- T stallation of the officers of the Ladies' Auxiliary of Shieldsville and Fcribault, BIG Mum., closed with the singing of. TO "America" by all present. At the close ice cream and cake were served by the ladies. The Ladies' Auxiliary of the Ancient Order of Hibernians of Jeffersonville held a very interesting meeting Wednesday evening. They had a large attendance, and several applications were received. The membership is assuming large proAND AM, POINTS IN portions and it is gratifying to note the iuterest taken in the order. ... The annual picnic of the Hibernians of Ramsey county, Minn., is taking place at White Bear lake beach today. Sports and prizes of all kinds are on the proUNION DEPOT St. Catherine. Corner Seventh St. and River. gramme, including dancing, boat races, CITY TICKET OFFICE base ball, tug of war, etc. Prominent No. 218 Fourth Ave. men will address the assemblage during the afternoon, and the Hibernian Band will furnish the music. Louisville, Ky. General Agent, Division I, Ancient Order of Hiber- E. G. MCCORMICK, Pass. Traf. Mgr., Frank Fehr's Beer alwa)'s on tap. Special attention paid to nians, of Jeffersonville, held a very inter- WARREN J. LYNCH, A. G. P. A., orders for family use. CINCINNATI. O. esting meeting on Thursday evening and had a splendid attendance. There were several applications. Brother Dan Gill was reported recovered from his recent spell of sickness. The committee on the recent picnic made a complete report, -IT. A.. which showed that they realized a very DIVISION 1 good sum. 219-22- 7 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tues There was a good attendance at the day Evenings of Each Month. meeting of Company A, Hibernian President Edward Clancy. Knights of Providence, in Hibernian Vice President Thomas Dolan. Recording Secretary L. D. Perranda Hall, last Sunday week, in expectation Financial Secretary Peter Cusick, 132 of the election of company officers. TimWHOLESALE AND RETAIL. DEALERS IN othy J. Sullivan was elected Captain. Twentieth street. Treasurer John Mulloy. Capt. Sullivan was notified of his election OF by telegraph, and immediately sent his DIVISION 2 ICY. UIOO. thanks, along with a bountiful supply of Meets on the Secoud and Fourth Thurs mineral waters and cigars. Speakiug by day Evenings of Each Mouth. President William T. Meehan. prominent members and a 'social time Vice President Thomas Camfield. followed. Recording Secretary J. Charles Obst At the last regular meeting of Division Financial Secretary John T. Keaney, 1 of the Daughters of Erin in Duluth the 1335 Rogers street. County President, Mrs. James H. Sulli Treasurer Owen Keiren. van, officiated at the joint installation of DIVISION 3 the officers of Divisions 1 and 2. After and 14Q0-140- 4 the ceremony had been performed, a few Meets on the Firstaf Third Wednesday Evenings Each Month. short addresses were made dwelling upon President Patrick T. Sullivan. the benefits of the order, all the new offLOUISVILLE, KY. Vice President Phil Cavanauch. Recording Secretary JohnCavanaugh. icers pledging themselves to work until Financial Secretary N. J. Sheridan, St. Louis county can boast of having the 2018 Lytle street. banner division of the State. Treasurer George J. Butler. The last meeting of Division 11 of Providence, R. I., was a rousing one. DIVISION 4 The installation of officers was followed Meets on the Second and Fouth Wednes by a banquet and reception, at which the day Evenings of Each Month. President John H. Hennessy. guests of honor were Stale President Vice President Thomas Lynch. Quiun and County President Dillon. Recordintr Secretary Thomas T. Kelly. Vice President John Gray was the reIfinancial Secretary George Flahiff, i1usic Hall, 131 cipient of a handsomely decorated gavel, 420 East Gray street. Treasurer Harry Brady. the present of his many friends. The State and County Presidents addressed DIVISION 0 the division, giving good advice to the Meets on the First and Third Tuesday members and newly elected officers. -- flAKER OP FINE- Evenings of Each Mourn FIRST CLASS In the synopsis of the history of DivisPresident Frank G. Cunningham. ion 1 last week we unintentionally omit-te'- d Vice President D. J. Tierney. Recording Secretary L. J. Mackey. the names of James Barry and David N. W. Cor. Nineteenth and Duncan. Financial Secretary J. J. Curran, 01 C O'Conneli, who are now and have for J 1708 Seventh Street, Thirteenth street. Fine Lunch and Music Saturday Night. many years been counted among the Treasurer M. J. McCarthy. Work Guaranteed and Repairing Neatly Done, leading Hibernians of this city. Mr. -- COONEY. LAWLER- Barry was the Vice President of the divis ment arc hicblv nnoreciated. and to him ion in 1894, and at the annual election as much as any one is due the credit for was the unanimous choice of the County the elegant fixtures and furnishings that Board for its President, which position decorate Hibernian Hall. Mr. O'Connell also represented this division as President CAFE AND RESTAURANT, he ably filled during his term, but-- de of the County Board, and during his term A SUPERIOR clined because of business labored zealously to have the order take engagements that required all his time.. steps toward the purchase or erection of CS OBJJVDD 221 THIRD AVE.'' He was very popular and might still hold a permanent hall and headquarters. (Manufactured at his suggestion probably sprang the Day consented to serve. He "From of the office had central-iratio- n Eighteenth and Duncan Streets. Private Dining Roomtf. OpenCigars.and. hall andthe, idea Wght. Beat of Wines and, U tiow serving as a member pHhe Hall ofithe meeting jplace. of thelsevc'n Que boiler Per Year for This Paper Board, where li ability awl good judg- - divisions. D. J. O'Connell, President of Division 33 of Newton, Mass., is making a tour of Ico Cream Parlor Attached. BREWERS AND BOTTLERS, lotjisvitlil:. icy & PAINTERS, i Dougherty Keenan JOIIIV KARNRY. CHAS. JACQUES, FOUR ROUTE iI N. BREWERY Indianapolis Peoria CHICAGO IT'S PURE. LAGER BEER AND PORTER LOUISVILLE, KY. INDIANA and MICHIGAN. ..BEST TERMINALS. I Seventh and II, S. J. GATKS, Wines, Liquors, Cigars. fiot Ltxmeh Day and flight COLONY f O. ITALIAN SWISS WINE CO., West Jefferson Street. WHALLEN BROTHERS, LIQUpRS Proprs., Telepnone HLL KINDS. IouiSVirvLIS, JOHN F. OERTBL, BUTCIIERTOWN BREWERY, Story Avenue, CREAM COMMON BEER SMITH & DUQAN, -- Telephone 891. sea panting West Market St. M. D. LawlerJc. J. CALLAHAN Grocery and Saloon Roofs and Shoes MLAWLER'S M iSffiFRMEWEO - CIGAR. " M.J. SWEENY. PROP. r t the-prese- . ? , '